Monday, 27 July 2015
Bolton-le-Sands Art Society is holding its 35th Annual Exhibition in St Mary's Hall, Bolton-le-Sands from July 30th to August 2nd 10-6 daily (Sun 10-3pm). Guest Local Artist is Ruth Tyson and all are welcome to come along to view the Exhibition which includes an Exhibition by the local Primary School. Admission is free. Refreshments are available.
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Monday, 20 July 2015
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Monday, 13 July 2015
Lancaster and District Choral Society is holding a 60's night (60's dress optional) with Local Band Tommy J and the Midnights on Saturday 8th August at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm) in Bolton le Sands Village Hall. Admission is by TICKET ONLY £7 NUMBERS STRICTLY LIMITED. All enquiries to 01524 824820. Bring your own drink and glasses. Come along for a fun night. There will be a grand raffle. All proceeds to Lancaster and District Choral Society Travel Fund
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Saturday, 4 July 2015
On Tuesday over 30 children from Bolton-le-Sands School went along to Lancaster University for a special Children's University graduation ceremony. This event celebrated the voluntary learning experience that the children have gained over the past year.
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The sensational Tag Rugby team of Bolton-le-Sands School represented this district at the Spar Lancashire School Games that were held in Blackpool on Tuesday. In very hot and humid conditions the girls and boys played some fantastic rugby and were winners in the group stage. This enabled the team to qualitfy for the prestigious 'cup' competition and they played some very good teams from across Lancashire. In the end the team won the bronze medal for 3rd place overall - a really excellent effort!
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Year 5 Kwik-cricket team represented Bolton-le-Sands school at Trimpell Club recently and did really well. They had a record of 'played 3, won 3'. On a different note, due to the school's association with the cricketing authorities, including the ECB, the school has been given a gift by one of cricket's main sponsors, Yorkshire Tea. They now have 10,000 packets of tea to use as we will!!
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